Upon reaching a certain age, men start to look at their family tree to see who still has their hair and who has lost it.
If balding is in their future, they are part of the “in-crowd.” Experts estimate that 85% of men by 50 will have hair loss.
The fact remains, however, that all these men are suffering needlessly because of micropigmentation. A brief course of treatment will restore hair density. Men don’t have to wear hats all the time.
In addition to men, women can benefit from micropigmentation to restore their former look of fuller hair. Find out if you can flip your wig as this new process takes over the world.
What Is Micropigmentation?
Micropigmentation is often compared with microblading and tattooing. Both are cosmetic procedures. It makes fading eyebrows look fuller. Tattooing and micropigmentation both use similar electric devices.
How does micropigmentation work, then? Micropigmentation targets the scalp first. Thinning hairlines are treated. Using layered black dots, micropigmentation creates shadows and depth.
Each of these dots is no bigger than a natural hair follicle. Because of this, they blend seamlessly with your own.
Unlike microblading, micropigmentation uses an electric tattoo device instead of a single blade. Nevertheless, each produces natural-looking results that reduce the obvious signs of baldness.
Does micropigmentation benefit anyone?
The majority of candidates have receding hairlines. Using micropigmentation, they can actually restore their former look and lower their receding hairlines.
Micropigmentation can also help if a pesky little bald spot is beginning to form on the crown of their heads despite their hairlines not receding.
A thinning head of hair may look fuller with this process because it creates an underlying shadow. Also, women who have enjoyed a lifetime of full hair are seeking out micropigmentation because they’re noticing their hair falling out more and more in the shower.
Because shaven hair follicles are replicated, scalp micropigmentation benefits men with receding hairlines. However, anyone with thinning hair, whether a woman or a man, can minimize the stark contrast between their scalp and their remaining hairline.
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